The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns Sunday afternoon game.

23.8Implied Total26.3
196Points All./Gm22.811
62.617Opp. Plays/Gm58.42
6.37Off. Yards/Play6.38
5.614Def. Yards/Play5.17
41.21%15Opp. Rush %37.67%7
58.79%18Opp. Pass %62.33%26
  • The Browns lead the NFL in expected points added via their rushing offense (32.2).
  • Cleveland is averaging 2.0 more yards per rushing play than their opponent, the most in the league.
  • Arizona is averaging 1.3 fewer yards per rushing play than their opponent, 30th in the league.
  • Cleveland leads the NFL in rushing yards on gains of 10 or more yards (472).
  • Arizona is 31st in yardage allowed on carries of 10 or more yards (350) and are allowing a league-high 4.8 carries per game to gain 10 or more yards.
  • The Cardinals are averaging 2.5 more yards per pass attempt than their opponent, the largest differential in the league.

Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards


Kyler Murray: After opening the season as the highest-scoring quarterback in the first two weeks of the season, Murray has been the QB16 (18.5 points), QB9 (22.6 points), and QB22 (13.7 points). Last week was the first real down week for Murray and what was surprising about it was that he had just one rushing yard after averaging 27.3 yards on the ground per game over the first four weeks. 

The Browns were absolutely destroyed a week ago by Justin Herbert, allowing 9.3 yards per pass attempt and four touchdown passes to go with 398 passing yards. Without Jadeveon Clowney available last week, the Browns pressured Herbert on just 25.0% of his dropbacks (29th) after pressure rates of 53.7%, 53.3%, and 36.8% the previous three games. 

They will need to get home here as Murray is completing 57.6% of his passes under pressure compared to 79.5% kept clean. Even under pressure, Murray is still averaging 10.2 yards per pass attempt, so even getting home can fail. 

The Browns defense is better than it showed a week ago, but Murray is also a quarterback that requires perfect defense and sometimes that is still not enough, which is why he is a weekly QB1 option.

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